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>>> this sunday, what do the events sweeping the mid east mean for america's fragile economic economy, as gas prices spike around the country? and the budget battle in washington. >>> the latest proposal is unacceptable and it's indefensible. >>> the white house and republicans are far apart on how deeply to cut govovernment spending. but is there an opening to fix budget-busting programs like social security and medicare? i'll ask my exclusive guests this morning, white house chief of staff william daley. >>> and is the tea party creating division amongst republicans or laying the foundation for successful challenge for the president in 2012? we have the head of the tea party caucus in the house, republican from minnesota, michele bachmann. finally, politically analysis on the crisis in libya, the spending fight in washington and new moves of potential gop contenders for 2012. of with us, eugene robinson and columnist for the "new york times" and author of the new book, "the social animal," david times" and author of the new book, "the social animal," david brooks. captions
's parents appeared on "good morning america." they say that until her arrest, they had never heard of brittany norwood. >> there were always people she would have dinner with and go to movies with, but her name was never mentioned. >> brittany norwood said nothing in court and appeared via closed-circuit tv. the state's attorney said at one point last week that police laid out the case against brittany norwood and that detectives said at -- stepped out of the room and listen to the conversation with the family. one relative asked why did you fight with that girl? her response was "i don't know." >>> even with today's court hearing, police continue to investigate the suspects, brittany norwood. authorities are investigating reports she was transferred to the bethesda store because she was stealing from the company. lululemon management is not commenting. police say she used a hammer to kill her co-worker jayna murray, and had no accomplice. investigators are looking through surveillance video and telephone records. >>> the indicted states and its allies are patrolling a no-
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this is a stain on america. >> an absolute stain on america. i want to talk about a brilliant quote that is attributed to the israeli and very wise man. and i'm sure you will agree with it. if you are young and not liberal you have no heart. if you are old and not conservative, you have no brain. i think it is very true. what makes america great is it lets young people vote. what makes places like china suck is there is no clue what is going on. >> but these people -- you realize these people can vote. they just have to vote where they are from. >> but you are saying you are franchising them. i come from a country where there are university towns. it didn't mean margaret thatcher didn't get in. she still got in. >> here is the reason. we are not disenfranchising, they just have to go where they live. because, and i will direct this to you, matt, why should citizens living in their town be subjected to the consequences of outsiders voting? if some kid comes in and votes for a higher tax and then goes back home, you have to pay the tax. >> exactly. we -- you talk over this town and de
1,000 feet away from the funeral in westminster. >> god hates america. >> reporter: westboro baptist church believes military deaths are god's punishment for america's acceptance of homosexuality. in the wake of the ruling, the church plans to quadruple the picketing pooh soldiers are dying for the sins of this nation. you've got to put away your sins, mourn for your sins or this nation is going down. >> this court has no problem with the government sending our children over to these wars, send them back in a body bag and not even have enough respect for that dead soldier to be buried peacefully. >> reporter: justice samuel alito was the only judge who ruled against the church in this case. he said that the westboro baptist church brutally attacked snyder with their protests. jessica? >> it is also possible that al snyder may have to pay the church $100,000 to reimburse its legal fees. >>> police are getting a lot of help on their quest to find the east coast rapist. a cam pin that -- campaign that includes a website and billboard is in an evident to find a man who has raped 17 women
? >> i do not think it is good or bad. america's favorite sport is still in business for another day. the two sides agreed to the extension. there are no face-to-face talks scheduled for tomorrow. according to a source, the agreement to extend the collective bargaining agreement is so the players can review the lead's latest proposal. it is both sides time to decide what to do next. there could be another extension or negotiations. all options are still there. the nfl attorney is glad they are still in business. >> it is not something you can chart on an hour by hour basis. it is complicated. people are working hard. i think we are going to have to keep at it. >> there were sessions by bedsides today. the mediator will meet with both sides separately tomorrow. even with the extension, there are to be no team transactions until a deal is done. teams cannot cut, re-signed, or make any player moves until a new deal is in place. i do not think a deal will be done by tomorrow. >> we are hoping for the best. >>> while the two sides are negotiated, the state of the league is hanging in limb
they are redining. all this week, how to bring jobs back in america. but the story what is not made in america. wayne freedman reports. >> of all the icons from made in america, golden gate bridge may be the biggest and best known. san franciscans built it by hand steel from trenton, new jersey and bethlehem and steel town pennsylvania. >> do you want to buy a souvenir >> and they will happy to oblige, but an american made replica. >> the chinese the golden gate bridge doesn't bother you? >> no worries, no. >> that is souvenirism in the new millennium. if they leave with a trinket it probably came from somewhere else. >> do you know where they were made? >> i have suspicions. >> china, china, china and cityscape came from china, too. >> how much stuff comes from overseas? >> i would say 90%. >> of that, how much is chinese? >> i would say 90%. >> what does that tell you? >> you do you lament the loss of american souvenir manufacturing? >> ceashl i do. >> -- occasionally i do. >> does it matter? on pier 39 they sell anything that flies, including blue angels, space shul shuttles and again 90 be
cutting short his tour of latin america amid criticism of his leadership on libya and now heading back to washington two hours earlier than planned and holding a conference call with his national security team before departing. speaking in el salvador yesterday, obama pushed back against criticism of the high cost of war which some analystings predict could cost the western coalition more than $1 billion if the operation drags on for more than a couple of months. >> we will continue to provide details to the american people about the costs of this operation. but because it is limited in time, scope, with a well-defined mission, we are confident that this is something we can budget as part of our overall operations. events happen around the world in which the united states with our unique capabilities has to respond. as the leader in the world community. in benghazi, city of 700,000 people, you had the prospect of gadhafi's forces carrying out his orders to show no mercy. for us to be able to structure something where we bring our unique capabilities to bear, to fulfill a mission that i
america amid criticism of his leadership of the attack on libya. the president says he has, quote, absolutely no doubt that a successful transition of power to coalition powers will take place in a matter of days. critics call that optimistic. tracie potts joins us from washington with the latest on this. tracie, good morning to you. >> reporter: lynn, good morning. the president is due back later this afternoon to deal with all this. while in el salvador he made the decision to get involved because the cost outweighed the benefits. not everyone here on capitol hill agrees. in fact, some lawmakers who both support and are against this action say he should have consulted congress first. he may have overstepped his constitutional authority by doing so. one lawmaker, dennis kucinich of ohio, is calling it possible an impeachable offense and is seeking a resolution to stop all action immediately in libya on behalf of the united states. even supporters say he's got to come back and seek an authorization of force from congress. how long might we be involved? secretary of state clinton s
-care professionals on the safety and benefits of our medicine. this woman is with pharmaceutical research of america. >> it is helpful to learn firsthand from someone who is viewed as a leading researcher who happens to also be a practicing physician. >> but all this money can pressure some doctors to promote more costly medications that benefit drug companies. >> patients cannot be assured the prescription written for them is the most effective that is a really big problem. >> what we have is 80% at every prescription written for generic medication. >> in 2013 all drug companies will work -- will be required to report this information. we reached out to several local doctors near the top of this list and none of them would talk with us on camera. if you would like to see if your doctor is on this list go to >>> now to the latest in a crisis in libya. the senate approved a resolution calling for the resignation of muammar gaddafi. senators unanimously passed the measure that also called on the un security council to impose a no-fly zone over libya. robert gates says any military action in l
>>> good morning, america. breaking overnight, reports of a possible deal for gadhafi's exit, as president obama tells the nation, he was right to order military force. >> i am convinced that a failure to act in libya, would have carried a fair greater price for america. >>> medical breakthrough. this woman lost 75 pounds and lost her diabetes. the surge may erase a deadly disease in a matter of hours. now, giving hope to millions of americans. >>> caught on camera. a child waist-deep in quick sand. and he's not the only one. >> we have two kids in what seems to be quick sand they're sinking in and can't get up. >> this morning, the amazing story of survival. >>> and are you ready for britn britney? britney spears, finally. the concert event that took over san francisco. and wait until you see what our "gma" cameras caught backstage with her. and get this. britney has something special she wants to share with you this morning, right here. >>> good morning, everyone. i cannot get britney's music out of my head. the global superstar, as you have never seen her before this morni
in an operation to protect civilians in libya. >>> i said that america's role would be libya and we would not put ground troops into libya, we would focus our capabilities on the front end and we would transfer our responsibility to other allies and partners. tonight we are fulfilling that pledge. >> reporter: he said libya would be better off with qadaffi out of power. and he will pursue that goal but only through nonmilitary means. even so, nato control may not put the u.s. in the back seat as the organization is department natured both militarily and politically by the united states. >>> in addition to our nato dudes, the president says the united states will provide assistance to the libyan people. we will safeguard $33 billion in the qadaffi regime's frozen assets to help rebuild the country. tomorrow, what kind of pressure -- can put on qadaffi. >>> the speech aired at 4:30 our time. that is a tough time to get people's attention out here. >> reporter: at uc berkeley, president obama was on the big screen tv but no one was watching. students campaigned for campus offices. it's unlikely any
. later, a form from the consumer federation of america. president obama is currently on a four day visit of and plan american country. he will deliver a speech on rio de janeiro on u.s. and latin american relations. tuesday and wednesday he is in el salvador, where he will meet with the president there, before returning to washington. continuing coverage of his trip here on the c-span network. the ford museum recently held its first symposium on ethics in america. they look at how they handle ethical issues. ford talks about how his father dealt with the dilemma at watergate. it will talk about the the leaking information to reporters. this is one hour and 20 minutes. >> from a teenager in the white house to a most interesting career. sometimes, he has been a cowboy, a businessman, corporate spokesperson, and motivational speaker too many audiences. when gerald ford was sworn in as the 38th president of the united states, steve and his three siblings steadily went from the kids down the block to the only kid on the block on the 1600 pennsylvania avenue. this life was intense and not alwa
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morning america this tuesday, but lyanne has a preview for us right now. >> reporter: from down below or high above sky 7hd, you felt the excitement of the fans waiting anxiously for britney to arrive. >> ♪ i'm so excited >> reporter: some were here since midnight. honestly, what do you talk about while standing in line? >> talked about britney, her goods and bands and what she has been through and all of her videos and our favorite songs. >> people came from as far as brazil to hear the pop star's new song "hold it against me." >> i can come here to visit her. >> the mini concert was free. tickets sold in less than 15 minutes. it took much longer to fill the civic auditorium. and "good morning america" hosted the event. >> the music is good. i feel like i am on american bandstand. it has a beat. i think she is someone people pull for. >> i am a classic guy. >> he says "i am" and dr. sues would be proud. and many would be proud to be called a britney fan. >> are you really a big fan? >> you know what, i am. i am so excited i cry when i say it. >> we can only show britney singing one
. >>> and it was once the engine of america. we bring you the startling new figures on detroit's mass population exodus. before all of that, we want to update you on the situation now in japan. black smoke has been seen rising out of the fukushima daichi plant number three reactor building. this is the reactor that has been giving crew there's some trouble the past couple of days. tokyo electric power company says some workers have been evacuated from the plant. we will have more on that from tokyo a bit later on in the show. nina? >> pauline, let's turn our attention towards libya, where coalition bombs and missiles continue to rain down. aircraft like this u.s. marine corps harrier jet have flown more than 212 missions so far against the libyan forces. ships in the mediterranean has launched more than 160 tomahawk cruise missiles. in the daylight the damage is becoming clear. this is what is left of several large rocket launchers, trucks and also other military hardware in tripoli's port area. far to the east, a u.s. fighter plane crashed due to mechanical problems. that happened near the opposition
they believe that god is punishing america. some comments say while they're disgusted, they agree that the church has the same right to freedom of speech. without it, the country would be opening the door to sensorship. many agree. it's the offensiveness to the words that adds to the rights almost. it's only by allowing you to speak against everyone that's repulsed by what you say do we have a forum. in theory, then make we'll all speak back and write editorials and do news shows about how repulsive it is to offend the families of the fallen heros. >> conservative justice samaleto was the only one against this. >>> this officer was supposed to face 30-degree murder charges. now-- face first degree murder charges, but he's held without bail now. >>> that was security scare after a package was found at a mail facility at woodlawn drive yesterday. the package was safe and only contained electronics. >>> nfl contracts go into overtime. mark viviano reports it's unclear if this is a sign of progress or a delay of game. >> reporter: good morning, is what happened a time outtowards a res
on "america this morning" and "good morning america," we'll take you back to japan for the very latest on the ongoing disaster. >>> in other news, the persian gulf nation of bahrain is under a three month state of emergency. a reaction to what's escalated into deadly political unrest. demonstrators are calling for political reforms and a change in bahrain's long established monarchy. the military force led by saudi arabia has been clashing with the protesters. so far at least three people have died and hundreds more injured. the u.s. navy's main base in the region is located in bahrain. >>> and in libya, moammar gadhafi's forces appear set for an offensive on the main stronghold of the rebellion there. opposition fighters were routed from a key city yesterday opening the way to their base in benghazi. in his newest comment gadhafi called the rebels rats and also claimed only hundreds not thousands have been killed in the fighting. >>> and with that, here's a look at your wednesday weather. a wet day from san francisco north with seattle expecting heavy rain. up to 2 feet of snow in the
>>> good morning, america. and breaking news. major setback. a dangerous, new breach, the worst yet, in a reactor core, as japan faces a true nuclear catastrophe. workers burned by 10,000 times normal radiation. will parts of japan now be lost for generations? >>> in this country, superbug. growing concern this morning over a brand-new drug-resistant bacteria taking hold in california hospitals. is it on the move? dr. besser is standing by right here this morning. >>> crowning glory. this beauty queen wins her crown back in a highly publicized trial, after losing it because she was accused of being too fat. told to lay off the tacos. she's here live after her victory. >>> and put your paws up, going gaga this morning for polar cubs. two, new polar bears take the world stage. they're already capturing the world's heart. >>> good morning, again, everyone. thanks for spending the week with us. it's been good having david muir here with us. we're going to get to japan in a moment. >> so much breaking news this morning. >>> we're also tracking a story we broke at abc news. an air traffic
vieira. >> i'm matt lauer. president obama vowed america's role would be limited in libya last night. he told the nation we had fulfilled the pledge, we had done what we said we would do. those are his words. >> the president said nato would take control on wednesday. as to why he involved the u.s. he said it was necessary to prevent a campaign of killing. how was the speech received in washington and libya? the latest ahead. >> and barry bonds' former mistress took the stand in his perjury trial giving graphic testimony about his alleged steroid use and what it apparently did to his body. details of the testimony coming up. >> plus a new memoir by one of john f. kennedy's former girlfriends unveiling intimate details including candid memories of their vacations and a near death experience on a kayaking trip. she'll tell us more in a live interview. >> we begin with president obama making his case for u.s. involvement in libya. chuck todd, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. the president used a 28-minute speech to make the case for limited military action in libya and took t
, stacked high on thick texas toast. wrap your hands around one at dunkin'. america runs on dunkin'. grab a big breakfast with the new big n' toasty sandwich from dunkin' donuts. >>> good morning, we have the weather and traffic together. we'll begin with marty. >>> 12 hours from now, we'll totally be at the beginning of a full day of rain moving our way. enough so that the graphic is prepared. we have a coastal and inland flood watch in effect areawide. here's the first warning doppler weather radar. we'll go on the mosaic scan. that combines all of the pictures. think that's a lot of rain? you ain't seen nothing yet. that's the weather essentially through tomorrow night. >>> now, over to kristy breslin in traffic control. >>> we're following the accident in baltimore city at mclean and westbound northern parkway. westfield is the best bet around that. there's a minor slowdown approaching security boulevard. same division for 95 southbound on the north east corner. >>> and taking a look at the overall drive times from 795 to 95, 54 minutes average and 12 minutes to get by. that's the har
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toast. wrap your hands around one at dunkin'. america runs on dunkin'. grab a big breakfast with the new big n' toasty sandwich from dunkin' donuts. >>> we have a big dome of high pressure giving us clear skies and the barometer is at 30.20. we're in the 30s down the 95 corridor and down the bridge over in easton. 38degrees in ocean city. 24 oakland and 29 in hagerstown. 32 in westminster. 34 bel air and columbia. now, it's 36 in the tricities of annapolis, kent island and rock hall. here's this big dome of high pressure that cleared the weather out. now, the high moves out and gives us the mild day tomorrow. the colder air again. the same high that will drive the chilly air into the atlantic. it will give us a return flow and not unlike this day's scenario. it will warm us up into the weekend. it's a temperature roller coaster. 26 overnight and normal, close enough to say so. it looks like it's back up to 58 degrees. here's the front, back up to 51 and back to 60. even with showers sunday, a high of 56 degrees. >>> here's kristy breslin. >>> hi, don, hi, everyone. we're dealing with a c
's canyon, home to some of the steepest terrain in north america. >> it could be great skiing when the danger is taken out of it. >> as enticing as it is to expert skiers, with the thrill comes risk. >> the angle is a big part of what is required for an avalanche. >> they are part of heavenly's avalanche control team. after the recent storms it is their job to bring down the snow on their terms. and there is still some work to be done. with a synthetic explosive that packs the punch of two sticks of dynamite. >> and we hang them from the rope over the top of cornis to take the legs out, so to speak. >> and on this day, he is the one who lights the fuse and moves away. when the canyon is too dangerous to ski, the team will use a giant gun called an avalauncher. >> we put rockets in it and shoot it out. we can fire this off and reduce some of the risk before we send out the teams with the hand place charges. >> whatever the methods, the motive is to make sure heavenly stays safe. now that the ski patrol has made the canyon safe for skiers, it is time to make some turns. >> in heavenl
a catastrophe. tonight, president obama will try to convince a skeptical public and congress america's mission in libya is working. he'll deliver a nationally televised speech just a day after nato agreed to take full command of the operation. and at least one u.s. warship reportedly left the region. >> i think the military mission has gone quite well. >> reporter: the obama administration touted progress. following another weekend of air strikes. coalition forces hit targets in tripoli, and for the first time, moammar gadhafi's hometown of sirte. since the attack started more than a week ago, rebel forces have been able to push west and regain control of several towns. the president's speech comes in amid growing complaints from both republicans, and some fellow democrats. critics say he never asked for congressional approval before taking military action, and still hasn't given them a clear plan. >> this policy has been characterized by confusion, indecision, and delay. >> there should have been a plan for what objectives were, a debate as to why this was in our vital interests. >> reporter:
. florida to the night where rigid while another florida team. it looks like march [music playing] america's beverage companies are working together to put more information right up front... adding new calorie labels to every suogle can, bottle, and pack they produce... so you can make the choice that's right for you. >> the toyota sports desk, brought to you by your local toyota dealers, moving a forward. >> george mason came into today's semifinal game against virginia commonwealth with a 16 game winning streak under its belt. but all good things must come to an end, and that is how it went down today. here's the head coach before tipoff, ready for the big game. mason trails 39-23. mason has a comeback, but nixon finds it burgess. vcu whence and manages to knock down 20 but frank mason. the national look to take on the atlanta braves and get a win in florida today. debt wyler is a strong candidate for the fifth starter a job. he allowed only one hard-hit ball. it was his 28th birthday. a shot to left field, a great play. harbour is clearly disappointed. the braves go on to win 5-0. the c
at other stories making news early today in america. in florida, a mother took matters into her own hands when she slapped a child for allegedly hitting her daughter. she said she was defending her child when she boarded the bus to confront the boy. police did not agree with her method of mediation. she's been arrested and charged with child abuse. >>> in kentucky, one infant is lucky to be alive after an suv accidentally crashed into her home knocking the sleeping baby and her crib through a wall. the crash horrified her parents. after she discovered only a pile of wood and drywall where the baby's bed was. she was pulled from the debris wrapped in a blanket miraculously with only a scratch. >>> in connecticut, heavy rain and melting snow combined to cause major flooding in the western part of the state. rising waters turned streets into raging rivers that swallowed up cars and forced evacuations in some areas. emergency crews are on standby for additional flooding. >>> and, finally, this is really cool. this is in california. one recently popular animated film was recreated without any
says that's because america's economic rebound remains on course. >> the u.s. economy is at a stage in the business cycle where it is actually accelerating to the upside. events in japan will not derail that acceleration, and therefore with the u.s. economy demanding more the rest of the world will be lifted by that. >> reporter: in 2010 japan's total output of goods and service ran at $5.7 trillion. a hefty number by world standards, but still only a third of u.s. g.d.p. for other experts, it's simply too early to say how much of an impact friday's disaster will have on economies around the world. the devastation struck the northeast region of japan, which by some estimates accounts for 7% to 8% of the nation's g.d.p. experts say it's likely to take years to rebuild that area. what worries economist bob brusca is what we don't yet know about what comes out of the area's plants or factories. >> the question is beyond that whether there is anything made in this region that is specific or unique to industries that the world now is going to be without. there are semiconductor plants in
or visit tempur-pedic. the most highly recommended bed in america. >>> welcome back. you're watching "world business today" live on cnn. >>> the fashion house dior is moving to sack its chief designer john galliano after new footage of him using anti-semetic language appeared on line on tuesday. the chairman said we unequivo l unequivocally condemn the statements made by galliano that is not the values of christian dior. he's been the chief desyner since 1996. dior might consider pulling out of paris fashion week. >> a significant business is involve in holding that show. a lot of investment, a lot of jobs are at stake and so forth. galliano's statements are inexcusable. but it's still a business. by cancelling the show, i'm not quite sure what would be gain in that apart from in a sense almost trying to hide -- saying they have something to hide, which dior itself doesn't really do. they're relatively if not completely blameless in this apart from perhaps not acting quickly enough originally. >>> well, oscar-winning actress natalie portman is one of the faces of th
is part of the coalition transportation for america. that group reviewed federal highway data and released today's report. any elevated roadway considered a bridge. and more than 24,000 in california were examined. san francisco and alameda county are in the top 5 in terms of the worst with wear and tear. here's san francisco example. highway 101 at the central via deduct. in alameda county 8 80 at fifth where work is being done. in santa clara county the report notes the 101 overpass at pl actual erode. >> that makes me feel safer. >> don't really want people to be scared about getting out there whether you are walking, hiking taking transit or driving over a bridge if one is deemed extremely unsafe, l cal-trans will close it off just like they did the bay fwlij 2009. >>reporter: that's when cal-trans discovered a crack in aneurysm bar during a routine inspection. in a statement read by a spokesman, the transportation agency called the bridge managemt program robust. and in response today's report says more federal resources are needed. >> california needs a continued stable and re
of history has a new home in our area. >>> [music playing] america's beverage companies are working together to put more information right up front... adding new calorie labels to every single can, bottle, and pack they produce... so you can make the choice that's right for you. >>> breaking news from the district to night work crews are trying to free a worker almost completely buried in a trench collapsed. >> the incident happened a short time ago on the -- on average street. >> just before 5:00 on the 1200 block, a contractor was working on a trench in front of a new house here. he moved some of the walls of the trench and it collapsed sweeping him off his feet, on to his belly. and what witnesses came over, all they could see with his boots and the tips of his pants. this bird is so heavy, it's almost like clay. -- this burt is so heavy, was likely. one person said it was the equivalent to be struck by a car going 50 miles an hour. witnesses heard someone calling for help and they could still see the dirt filling up the hole onto this adult individual. they called 9
happened by doctors. >> wait until uc what happened after [music playing] america's beverage companies are working together to put more information right up front... adding new calorie labels to every single can, bottle, and pack they produce... so you can make the choice that's right for you. >>> a first look at the evidence of chris brown's rampage after "good morning america." we learn what happened after the e brown about the incident of domestic violence rihanna. an anger-ppened was filled fit. it ended with a chair turned to m window and chris brown storming out of abc in new york. this morning, chris brown could not escape his past, and when roberts asked the singer a hises of question about past and present relation, and the fact that a restraining from being inhim r presence has been relaxed, asked, he kept his cool on air -- >> have you seen each other? >> but on the inside it appears deal, because after song, brown reportedly went backstage and went berserk. sources, he smashed the way to the then when he and room, he threw a chair to a window. glass falling from abc about t
, a bitter bite for [music playing] america's beverage companies are working together to put more information right up front... adding new calorie labels to every single can, bottle, and pack they produce... so you can make the choice that's right for you. >>> elizabeth taylor has died. she was a legend. >> she may nearly as much news in her personal news of screened here yenf screen. >> the cause of death was the justin -- could just a part failure. if casthe cause of death was congestive heart failure. in elizabeth taylor was a true hollywood legend. barbara walters called her the last of the movie stars. she buried eight times. -- married 8 times. >> thank you for all of the heartfelt condolences you have expressed for this iconic figure. they married in 1976. >> she has made me terribly happy. she did burn up a lot of food now and then. >> they divorced six years later. if you are politician's wife and do not have your own role, there is nothing for you to do. i did not agree with all of the issues, so i really had to keep my mouth shut. >> she struggled with
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customer service. thankfully there's still one place that gets it right. [music playing] america's beverage companies are working together to put more information right up front... adding new calorie labels to every single can, bottle, and pack they produce... so you can make the choice that's right for you. >> you are watching abc 7 news at 6:00 -- on your side. >> former president jimmy carter is in cuba. he was invited down to discuss ways to improve u.s.-cuba relations. he will meet with castro. his three-day trip is considered a private mission. he last visited in 2002. >>> the funeral mass for a geraldine ferraro is set for new york city. she was tapped to join walter mondale for the presidential run making ferraro the first woman on a major party ticket. she died on saturday from blood cancer. she was 75. >>> it former prosecutor accused of sending explicit text messages will not be facing criminal charges. he resigned from his job at the district attorney office in october. he is accused of trying to start a woman as he prosecuted her ex- boyfriend on an assault cha
>>> good morning, america. situation critical. a new reactor in danger. overnight, a surge in radiation drives out the last line of defense, as another fire flares up at japan's crippled nuclear plant. >>> and the fukushima 50. new details this morning about the heroic team, facing death, working inside the scariest ut place on earth. even helicopters sent to spray the plant, turned back because of major danger, as aftershocks shake tokyo. >>> could the meltdown happen here? "gma" takes you inside an american working plant, to show what the workers face every day. >>> and the rush to buy iodine pills and radiation detectors. but just how worried should we be? >>> and good morning, america. an incredible story unfolding at that nuclear plant. the workers pulled out overnight, because of radiation levels. and they're standing by to go back in at this very hour, likely exposing themselves to so much more radiation. >> just to give a sense of how much risk they are facing, back to the chernobyl disaster. almost 50 of the workers there sacrificed their lives. more than 100 had r
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